Three simple words, formed as a question, can be exceptionally powerful. Do you believe in me?
This video, posted to YouTube and created for the Starkville (Mississippi) School District by Broadcast Media Group, is a great video to share with teachers, administrators, students, parents, and other constituents in your educational community as we start the 2009-2010 school year in the United States. In addition to asking, “Do You Believe in Me?” video participants answer the basic and important questions:
- What do you want to be when you grow up?
- Why did you become a teacher?
- Who is your favorite teacher? What is your favorite subject? Why?
Amidst the continuing destructive, myopic focus we see in so many school systems on high stakes accountability and summative, punitive testing of students based on minimum standards, it is refreshing and inspiring to be reminded about things that are MOST important for learning, teaching, and growing.
Kudos to video creators Laura Crum, Nicole Thomas, and Robbie Coblentz. Thanks for this digital storytelling gift.
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